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15 CENTS PER WEEK. BEANDON BAKKSOALE, PROP'S. Non Joint Can van. The State Democratic Executive Committee met In Nashville Monday , for conference o" the political bituu tion an I to map out a jdan for the campaign. Chairman T. M. Me Connel, Secretary E. B. Wade, 8. A. Champion, J. N. McKenzie and John VV. Childress were selected a- the campaign committee. It was the unanimous opinion of the committee that joint discussion by the gubernatorial candidates should be abolished so far as the Democratic candidate was concerned. The subject of an address to the Democrats of the Htate was sus pended till a future meeting of the committee. Chairman McDonnell will establish the headquarters of the committee at an early date in the Maxwell house, and begin and perfect a thorough system of organization throughout the State. The committee decided on the in Vltalion Irorn Williamson to open the campaign in that county, Mr. Buchanan's birth place, about the first of September. Mr. Buchanan was present during the afternoon and expressed his de sire to begin the campaign as early as possible. He subsequently stated to the American that he was holding him self subject to the commands of the committee, and that he would be ready to open the campaign at Ihe designated time. He did not object to a Joint discussion on his own part, he said; he also had no objection to any arrangement by the committee that would exclude this. Some of the papers have been de nouncing tho joint discussion as brutal ; a relic of barbarism, etc. But there Is one thing about it, we would Just like to bear Buchanan curry Lewis Bixler down, as we know he is able to do, and it wculd be great satisfaction to the Demo cratic mssses to know how nice he could do it. Let 'em have a few tilts. Buchanan and the Sub Treasury. Mr. Buchanun, the Democratic nominee for governor, is in Nash ville attending the annual State meeting of the Farmers' and Labor ers' Union, of which he is president. In an Interview with the American touching the meeting of the Union, Mr. Buchanan said he felt assured that no radical measures would be enacted or introduced, and that noth ing would be injected into the ap proaching canvass in any particular undemocratic ,.s a result of this meet ing of the union. For himself, he said be had not been nominated on a subtreasury idea and he had lictrd of no exporta tion to make this a feature of the campaign. Mr. Ihichttnau said be had heard of no "kicking" anywhere in the State over the nomination ex cept around Nashville, in West and East Tennessee he had assurances the action of the State convention bad met with the heartiest reception. More Elevator Capacity Needed. Strange that enterprising capital ists are not taking hold of the eleva tor business hero. This is certainly destined to be the grain center ot the Cumberland valley. We i.ow have the advan'age of tin- I,. A N., with her branches from Bowling (Srcen, Klktnn, Henderson, Nashville, 1'rincetou and very soon the Mineral line, with Cnnilierhind. riser to help, with the prospects of a new road, and nothing is lacking now but ele vator capacity to concentrate the grain of this great section. A little enterprise in tied direction will make Clarksville the last milling and grain point in the Smith. We are able to give any man who wants to engage in the business some poin ters on this queslio.i. The fanners would now like to hold their wheat, ami there would lie no trounlo in till ing any aoi tint of storage room. The Huntingdon Republican ad mils the fact lamcntingly that Me Kenzie has fairly outstripped Hunt ingdon in growth and enterprise, and credits the difference to Ihe ex cellent schools established by the McKenzie people, while education is neglected by Huntingdon. If we mistake not, Huntingdon is a He publican town located in a llepubli can county. Kven so good a llepub liciin paper as our esteemed coiitem nrary cannot flourish or live in an enterprising town in Teiini ssi e where there are not good .schools. Ourgood Rrolher Raskette seems to bo disarm tied and badlv rattled i on the gubernatorial nomination.! He has no rtpi elite for crow, can't j eat burearil ami desp scs ow l meat. Since there is no fat turkey on the board to h m liking, what i he K.ing! The .kakJoI, Otliee has some extra ..,,..,. . tJood circular envelopes, numbers fi und to do about it ? e!l, of course he (ii. at ,.,lt H, in lots of :.,) to hi,. will finally take the crow, but will it '.W). either printed or plain. There Improve the quality of the tuh or make the dwh more jalatah!i to , . ... ,., i ....... fi,,. ............J klck it around r th. , , n a month before e itinf? tlie I'ir.l V I rcsh crow is go l. fellow. Tivit - r K Ki'iridtnr mid Mot. Of thO MlllHiar, llllll M.H- Alcee, thews, of the IxHlgor, -.1. ...11 . ' down on Nashville at oncew it h their harmonlcon and whiz whiz and pipe a few dulcet notes around the Banner office for Bro. Baskette's benefit. He is getting badly out of tune and too far behind the Democratic procession CXABKSVILLE DISTRICT. Fourth Round Quarterly Meeting. Clarksville, June 29. KUte Line, at State Line, July ,5th and (t I). Indian Mound, at Indian Mound, Jvlu tilth and i.UIi. Palmyra, at Tarsus, July 19th and 20th. Saline, at Burr's Chapel, July 20 111 and liTtli. Montgomery, at Asburry, Aug. 2d and 3rd. I'l nisiii it View and Malory's, at Malory's, Aug. Dth and Kith. Ashland City, at Clifton's, Aug. 16th and 17th. Asbury, at Mt. Carniel, Aug. 23rd and 24th. Red River, at Martin's. Aug. 30th and 31st. Hpringrteld, Sent. 0th and 7th. 8adlersville and Adam's, at Adam's, Sept 13th and 14th. Cedar Hill, at ISarreu Plains, Sept 20lh and 21 st. Antioch, at Sept. 27th and 28th. New Providence and Bethel, at New Providence, Oct. 4th and 5th. W. U. Pkehles. The lauae ot Poor Health Is often found in the" neglect of one's own self. A light cold or plight head ache, is treated as not requiring much attention; the assumption being that they will soon puss oil', and it is only when a ease of full-Hedged sickness de velops ilcelf that the consequences of that neglect are fully realized. As a preventive and positive cure forConghp, Colds, Hoarseness, Spitting ol biood, Asthma, Pains in the Chest and first stages of consumption, use Eilert's Ex tract of Tar and Wild Cherry, and for sick Headache, Torpid Liver, Dys pepsiii, Nervousness and all liilious Complaints, use Eilert'a Daylight Liver Pills. Both are guaranteed. For sale, wholesale and retail, by Locknrt A Reynolds, druggists. l"i:tr!ii'B In Hotel. Mutches are another grant item of ex pense in running n hotel. Wo buy them by the hi'okm boxes, mid use thousands of llicin every !;iy. About three out of every four i;ueHts lit a hotel when they call tor a box of matches pat the box ill their pock ets. I have sent half a dozen boxes to one room in kk many days. The guests think it is all ri-r lit to carry oil' the matches, but when you Hurc u w hat a year's supply coxts you will find it to be hundreds of dol lars, it in not (he lil items of expense that a hotel manager has to look out for, but the siniill tilings. Interview in Pitts burg Dispatch. eotiiMli for (Jriiio Vines. The fertilizer ehiclly needed for Kr"P6 vines U potash. Other manures limy make .stronger growth of leaf and wood, but potash is needed in perfecting the fruit. French and oilier Kuropean vine growers fertilize their vineyards by plowing under the primings. This, if the soil Is heavy, helps to keep liic land light anil porus, while the green wood speedily decays and returnii to the soil whatever potash it had abstracted. 15ut if the land be sandy thin return is not enough. More potash must lie applied or the fruit will sutler mid the vine it ;elf will have its vitality weakened. Christ l.-.n e.t Work. Kcatly for llnicrKcncJcH. I heard William M. Ivinslella story re cent ly t hair illustrates hisimiekness to avail himself of any resource at hand. He was at Albany one day when all persons but state oliicers were excluded from the door f the senate. Disregarding the regula tions lvins found his way upon the lloor and was presently asked, "Are you a state oflicei-!'" " Yes," said lvins, "I'm a notary p;d lie." The oMicial smiled grimly us he reco.;::i.ed the technical strength of the iut reiler'u position, and s:.id: "Well, that plea's clever enough to let you in." New York Star. The Spuululi Muln. liuecancering romances teem with infer ences to t he Spanish main, yet hov many people nowadays know what or 'v. ere the Spanish main was? Main is a contraction for mainland, an t was applied to the part of t lie in i t !i coast of Sol t h America washed by the Caribbean sea. The name is a relic of t he time when 1 hat art of the continent belonged to Spain, and was used in oppo sition to the West India islands, winch also then belonged to that country. Chain tiers' .1 ui i mo I. The Wants of Children. All fretful, eryinjr, nervous children are unwell and only require proper medical treatment to restore them to the healthy slate, bringine, quiet ami ease to the child and comfort and joy to the mother's heart. Or. WincheHV 'IVeihinj; Syrup is the Infallible Remedy and sure cui'H for all disease common to children. It is wholly free from opiates, and is Kunriinteed. A trial of one bottle will prove its piPiil ejlieupy. For sale, wholesale and ntail, by liOckertvV Reynolds, druggists. Second Street Barber Shop. I (lmiik Ihe public for past patron age, which has been liberal, and re speelfully solicit the same in the fu ture. My shop, now on Second street, has Dave Moore at the first chair, M. .1. I'Mmoiidson at the second, S'eal Mcl all at the third, Howard Silvev at the fotu'th and myself at the fifth. Call on us w hen you are in need of anything in the tonsorial line. Respectfully, Till lifiTON IIolXINOSWOUTll. j.ily.'il.dt. Dr. Beaumont lias taken theofliee rooms nt, the resi- 'den. e of Mrs. Or. McReynolds. 4nfi lnkliti stie -t, w here he may l con- !,' ;', ..'dock p. m. junel4,.ltf Hiu-gnnm in Kitvelnp. rf Vki ot tliese cnvctopeM and a i.r- Kli" ' "' eNn "e- , . 1. i i .,, ! Usr-A j. lain handle. Kl.irm silk innlirelhi. 1 he tinder will he reward- . - I en oy leavioif uie name nt uii oiuee. augH,tf I nirriH'ahle tu tuste, lierfectly Ktife, nnd ' ri.r.wci.l..n,liil linwmi for nala1..... l I. ... I... I...I ........ . jyl.llf. I NEWS !N BRIEF. A Condt-iisatioii or lutfre.tlnj Item oil arlous Subjects. ' Cardinal Newmau is dead. The First Christian church at Pauldiug, O., was dedicated Sunday. Colored Knights Templar ire convening for the conclave at Columbus, t). Seven houses were burglarized at Hunt ington, Iud., Sat.urduy, alHiut tiiaO being stolen. The Senate coiumittie on postotlices has ordered a favorable report on the unti lottery hi!!. First Assistant Post-i'.aster General Clarkson lias tendered his resignation to take effect Sept. 1. Kansas torn crop will be groatly im proved by the recent rainfall. About hull the usuul yield U now assured. Mr. arid Mrs. Oilman, of Indianapolis, were budly hurt Sunday by a runaway accident at French Lick Springs. It is regarded at Iudiuuapolis as certain thut the Wabash railroad has passed into the control of the Canudiau Pacific. A cloud-burst at Rapid City, S. Dak., did collide ruble dumiige. Sanford Clark, of the Ktta mine, was killed by light ning. A violent thunderstorm passed over Long Island sound and Connecticut Mon day, und buildings und crop; were badly damaged by the ruin, wipd and hail. William Reaver, colored, aged 20, for attempting to outrage the person ot Miss Aberuathy, near Wan-en, Ark., was taken from the sheriff by a mob sn.l hanged. At Kvansville, I ml., young Holliday found his stepfather abusing ins mother; finding remonstrance of no avail the boy shot Van Uusse, the stepfather, through the heart. Three convicts, named llanley. Turcott and Manning, escaped from the Sin yuentiu pVison, California. They are in t lie bush tiring on the guards, who have t hem cornered. Harry Hummer, of Woostcr, was ar rested at Massillon, ()., charged with re lieving Charley Fusler of a IfcOU diamond stud while the two were inspecting tho saloons 1'riday night. Flint glass houses in the west have re sumed operations wit h a largely decreased stock und a good oiitleo lor I he coming season. Window glass manufacturers do not care, to resume before Oct. 15. Governor Steele, of Uklahonui, will call u special election immediately to lilt tho vacancies caused by the deaths of Messrs. 11 u ike and Iteynolds. The legislature is now a tie on tho eapitol question. Superintendent of Census Porter says he expects to huve the count of the pupa tion of the whole country completed be fore the end of August, so that congress can, if it so duaires puss the apportion ment bill. Johnny Hale, 8 years old, was atnleu from his home in .Marion, Iud., by gypiei, and Monday returned, rugged, lorloru mid live years older, but the pare. its knew the buy, i.nd are wild with joy over his rest oration. A waterspout burst over the mountains near liowhler, Col., causing tho river to rise to a great lieignt, and washing away railroad tracks and drowning some peo ple. Row liters weighing two ton., wero washed down the side of the mountain. South lienil, Ind., has set out its tubs and gone to praying lor rain. The crops in to at portion of the state are ruined, trees are .lying, and in Klkliart and Sunt h Mend the great factory wheels rust in idle ness bc.aii.sj tlicre is no witter to turn them. Pick Wiseman and Cora McMahon, a woman of ill-repute, weie shot and killed Saturday night while driving in a buggy from Helton to Temple, Tex. Wiseman l.a 1 I leu in quitted on the charge of inur i.cv a i civ ilajs before, and I lie verdict aid hoi. give general smistaction. ily the sinking of the schooner l'ani. i s L. Jones, about a mile from ('lei eland, L'apt. K C. Cuniuiings was drowned, 'i'ne Lout was valued at j:.',(K,(. The schooner Two Fannies also went- down about twelve miles from Clcveiaml, loaded with iron ore. Loss, (.l,(nu. Her crew ncie a .vc.l. William Heaver, colored, living with a Mr. Auernathy, near Warren, liialiey county, Ark., alter attempting to rnvisu Ins euipiiij er's itaughter, iled, but wan run conn by tl.e sheriff ami his liepuiy, Wlole on their way to jail 1 leaver was taken from the olhcers and hauled to a t ree by a mob. liisiiop Joyce, of t he Methodist KpiM o- pal chui'-'h, said, in answer to the question 'W hat should be done with the southern question r" that lie was in favor of a Fed eral election liuv, ami of living up to the American principles of ei cry man being entitled to his rights, and Unit he should be pro'.ivted in tuem. At St. Joseph, Mo., Frank Iiartick, James Ale.an ler and several others were in Alexander's butcher shop drinking beer. Alexander and one of the men quarreled, whi n Alexander drew his re volver and tired at him. The ball Mi in k I'.artick, indicting a mortal wound. Al exander was arrested. , A suit has been be.-oui in l'hilaih Iphht, on leliali' ol an iiiuait, for i" itnm ages Irian a street car company, lor in juries neeived before it was horn. The mother of the child was a pas.enger on one of the company's cars in u collision caused by the alleged i .".rclessm -ss of th:! driver, and received a shock that injured the spine of her unborn babe. Hence the suit. The general committee of the Trunk Lines association and Central Trallic asso ciation has nolilicd the convention of commercial associations that it will not be nice to withdraw the new bill ol hiding, and the latter boil) now calls up -ri all shippers mid receivers to continue to make protest, and that suits he brought on all excessive charges made under loe new 1 1 1 . CONGRESS. One Hundred und Ninct.v-!'li-st Iluv. In the senate The tarilf bill was con sidered until adjournment. Mr. Khuuinls offered a resolution lor live minute rule, bat withdrew it until Tuexhiy. Iu tlie house The conference report on the sundry civil bill was agreed to and a further 1 1 liferent e ordered on iwrtain amendments. The Atkinson I'l iinsylvaiiia railroad bill was taken up, and pending linal action the house, at 4:45 p. m., ad journed. I'iKlit al 11 ll.irliei-ile. IIki.kna, Ark., Aug. Hi.-Sat unlay night two men living on the Brunei place, hear heie, became involved in ;i dilticiilty. llotli parties, Anthony Rur toii and Kd. Rowers, were attending it barbecue. Rowers cut a slice of unit ton before it was ready for serving, ami Rurtoii undertook to do the same, when Rowers objected. Tins lc 1 to a quarrel. Knives were freely Used, and both ji.eu arc in a critical condition. A Hnfe lnvrliiifitt. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised Kint?,8 NeW v.yi.Ty fr ,,,,,; tion. It is Riiariintecd to In iiiK relief, In every case, when used for niiv ull'ec- or throat, lump or che.-t, m.. Ii :h (.onHIlmr,,i, intlaniiniilioi, of hini-H, III Vfl I IMI'M III 1 1 L' L' I i, M I II M I 111 III III' lirnl..il ,t hum wl, in.. i. uroup. etc.. etc. It in ideaxaut and' i itii niM ri) n in-ur hihh-m uimi. i i in i . tore. Ml ti Ji I T"f I I'nrii "i""ir nnnia 1. 8!Si - KN0. & - FRANKLIN'S 1TEW COLOSSAL SHOWS, Museum, Trained Animal Imposi tion and Great KoiiKin Hippodrome. Tho mont elegant, refined, attractive and popular amusement ongtihiz'itlon tie fore the (irt'iit AmericHii ln blic, Will exhibit at : Clarksville : ON Tuesday, Aug. 19. An ovei ivlielinina as'einbhiEe of liyppodro matte artists ami Inillliiiit slur ling perfor mers, present!!)!: an unlimited program nt strictly selected acts, feats and features; pi'M-eiitlng among its line ami mult UiiiIIuoiih nttnietliin.su ' RIAL LIVE HIPPODROME iving a sillily I'iU'-simile reproduction ol (he cnnti'MN, spoils mm pastimes ol Koine in lmpi'i iitl Cit's.ti 's daya. THRILLING AND TERRIFIC 2 ad 4-HOESS CHAEIOT EACES With male ami feniHlee!iaiioteers. KxcUIng anil Kleelrl Tying Roman : Standing : Races, displaying the veiy perlii'tlnn of (lining horstmuiishli. - ii . i:i)oi s l'.y expert and ilasliini; riders. ;,7,lJ,t:l Miieiin loiuily, 1,4(10 feet nhoTe I lie sea level. AVr llolrl, 4-ir l'itniitim Xrw AfmiittinHrttt. IIATIOS: S ;) to Sill per w. eU, ( eeur.l i ng to location. j Kleirioil new Hotel, lojri'thrr will, n lnrnii Teii-I'in Alley and li:it.h-lio ise. Tin hot Sulphur I :i I lis hi i- very hiuhly n eoniniHtided in 1 C I 1 1 Tti til i in, Skin n i ii 1 Hlonil dlM'iises. 'tlie wnteis me woliileirni nueiits in the I r.-iit tiK'iil oi I'ladder, Kidney ami Uver t'.iiii)1nli Is, iinil an veil known ;ur tlie ninny eiii-K they hae iteetiMi)'llheit In (iitvil 'i'elepiioi'iic eonimi nl. 'lit ion wlin Nasi vlll . HI It : Vl:i (ti.llMllli in ii esl liiiili lilllil, iij v ia I.eiiatioti und rarihii;i'. l;i l Moll.lMt sl'iuxd JelM :io d Mi.'-on t ounty. 'I'eiiness' e. To Cure Sick Animals Of Fatton Cattle l!(i)tiins only pooil ulleiilion and the proper medical treatment of lliem. 'I'll, ir bowel. mut be kept in a natural condition ami nil even mill healthy iip peti'.e created in then). Uncle isam's fnmliiion IVwilcr is the ureal Kenieilinl Aycnt for such iim', ami the best Cura tive for l)iseaes ('oniiimn to Animals ever .levi ed ley man. Kor Poultry it is no less valuable; it will make hens lay if mixed wilh llieir food ncciiKinnallv. For sale, whole.- . ill Illl.l retail. IV L iekeriiv Uevnnlifc, (IrugijiHtH. S SJNG. tn W fe: . ilil m ui:o r,()iLiN sltlliltlil ill Clarksville Liquor Store, S. BAER & CO., Proprietors, Dealers in Gins, tart)' a comrdc line ol Cignrs, Tobacco and : Solo ftuentrt Mi iin lens (iitiia-r A. j. Dun ii A (! Tolmccos, C'tal) Am o ami Clia:iiiiLfne Ciller, cclel.r;itcil export IJocr liivc n u ! tlie Wig Clack Uear. JOB In all its Ls3lm0it!Gi cIg COMMERCIAL -S- FIRST-CLASS STOCK used and attention givon to detail that Insure3 ATTRACTIVE AHC SATISFACTORY WORK, WEDDING, and PICNIC WORK, And a well assorted stock of stationery always on hand. , Lithographing - of -'all - Zinds. GFCSHFT TVT A For all classes of work promptly dallS Ja tL aL u& &oX JL 43 Ua? given Attention to Mail Orders. BHAN Printers and Olaks-ville, : FOR CHILDREN. REGULATES THE BOWELS 6 CURES Colic l'litns, Nervmisness, Slimmer (.'ninpiaint. Sure Tliroat, Sure Mnuth, Aeiilily of t'ie stomai'li I'linviilsiims, I liarrliiea, ( imli nl liif; litimi, anil all .liscasi'i i( iiilaiii'y and early I'liilit'iixul. II Is iot iiarrnt lit; Is iniivly vei'talile ami liarmlrss- EILERT'S EXTRACT OF TAR & WILD CHERRY. I'"nr I'.hikIid. Colils, Iloarseness, Spilt In,? of I'.IikiiI llrnnehitis, Astlnnil, Inlliieiiza, l'lein isy, Ihlliini iiiatinn H' the l.uims, Cains ill (lie Clirst anil lh .1 stages of Ciiiisuiiiitii)n. EILERT'S DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS I'or Siek llra.la. li, cure Ililloiisness in .1 Constl INitinii. lti-'k'ulati! tho .Stonuieli mid J.Wer. .'Oil Horses, Cattle, v IT 1'liKVI'.. "g?, Sheep & Poultry , Nl) ClMtlCS i tliem. Tills I'll' viler Is A trial of tine i tckai Ail Dl.seasns eommiin i a never I'aijiiiK ivine.ly n in pro ii. UNCLE SAM'S NEEVE and LONE LINIMENT, IS TMH 1IEST 1'HHA TIVH I .lit MAN AND BEAST EVER PROOUCuO. It ail'onls the qul.-kest relief from pa n n.iil I'llerts 1 he inosl )iei'inanent euro nt r.nv rotueiiy now known to man. (let tUnle Sain's Knellsh ntnl Cerman A I; r hook from your diarist, Tlie aliove naiiu il inciiloiioiis IJenieilies, vi... Dr. Wirchtlft rKff. lug Syrup, Ellerfs Extract of Jnr ai ,l Wild lO.'wrp, Cilcrt's Dmlight lliwr fills, Uncle Sam's Cot1i:lnn Potvde, and Uncle Sam's Liniment mo Inaile My the EMMEBT PnOPRIETAflY CO. CHICAGO II.L. Fois:ilo, vvlidlcsnli! initl retail lyockcrt A- RctrtKilils, 'Intwist. Irinh linen, ''nine's linen, white mhI tinted linen, laid ami wove linen, fur the type writer mid general IniKiiiesH corrcs'iiiiidence, at the Li:ak-('iiu vt ci.to Jnli ItiKiniH. Kino (n is, pi: In ,'iinl ruled, nluaVH in ntnek und iih cheap us I tit- stiine pnitleK enn lie (iit -len nnvwlierc. IJiisiness men win want gnod Hint intiery will consult lli;ir 1 "l,,'rt'f"' " cxaiiiimiip our muck. c carry me ucni. oraniiri in liic nnoi'c . (rit.tilw ml in kiiit.ii-lltiti tiiut ll'.v (pupcrs) for corretii.iiideiiee and l.jlU. Etc. Smokers Articles. Alo, Ali'ntnl All Ale. ami iWler. .S. . ami J. V. Mot fa cclvl. rated (rcfcent Drew itiff Co.,s juntlv call. S. BilKR & CO. BOOK form3, NEATLY and QUICKLY For the Lovit Living 'rices. HEADQUARTERS FOR HALL ADDRESS, ob 50N v & v BARESBALE. JUST ARRIVED ! A HANDSOME LINE -t.ncL TB.OUSER I3J-C3rS. GENTLEMEN, CALL AND EXAMINE. 1. tbrUJRjIVliirl The Tailor, Life is Too short to IGALIGRAPH O i i H fi o rt FASTEST Ch2aps3t'F-st-cla'"' Machine on the Market Kor circular, ami other Information niply lit thn l.r.Ar C'liHoni. i.k omo to OT. O. BRAIMDCMT, Agt. TOLEIT Kmin hi v lil.Nltlle. on tlie ii Ik I I of (lie ',lli hi Jul), 1 BAY IIORSK, KIDtiMi nnd vine Imlf hiiti'N tilh, wis r;in Itl'l. !( W hltt' lllnil fiHtt. tllil CKM'IlN lo lil' iHf win it ln'liij; unit' (f ill I vr n it i u Imvxy. I Uvt t M I IjKS FltoM TKKNTUN, KKNIITKY. LHtKKAL UKWAIII) I'or llio itolcn horp, or m-.y inloiieiiiion laii.-irrmiiK IiIiii. Ai.clr.ti4 llKV. JoMAll f'-A It.S KAI , Trenton, TihIiI County, Jiy Anuo.il S. rilw,Kw,tin. DR. C. G. WILSON, nOMCEOPATHIST, (ri.ivemity of MiehiKati.) O rFICE-t 'oilier Main anil Second. HOURS-7 to !ta. in. 1 to.'t and li to H p rn. 2 ( larkMvill? Furniture Co., i clonleg out all its furniture ut cost. Ji-r.w,t iMTING DONE at the WORK looms. s Publisliers, Tennessee. Franklin Street. We tlie Old W (Ji till E rwyrewi r ti AND BEST. CLAKKS VILLI: FemalG-r-Academy. A Hcli.K.I fur llm IiIkIi.t rnlliire of jonnt wo-int-n Mini k1'!. :- KIXtlKltflAUTt.N IlKI'AllTMKNT. -:-II.hicImoiiib nrw L.u 1 III 1 iiH (liiely riinliowQ. Heallliy Im-nilnii. Huiw.ior JvmiiaM& TlTIIIN Irlixiniililn. !t.mrtl tin ht iiioiith. Kail 1rn o.nM.-.tiiilH'r 2, nw. HenI for I'hIiiI.uo. Mils. Kit. llUKOItl) I'rlncll. Mi 0r.T.CL2?Z&E3 DENTIST 'fnr:tvm.iii "! K ran mi ii Hi. liiKini. Willi lr ( IlllHIllHM. Iha ton, liariic jylM-lw and iiinrf for Hale U.K. AxnhKws.